Whenever I think our lives are full of tyranny, I remember Australia…
The island nation went from being an idyllic paradise that tourists the world over flocked to, but since the start of this ‘pandemic’ has turned into a live production of “V for Vendetta”.
The crippling, authoritarian, and Orwellian measures the Australian regime has taken in an effort to ‘curb’ Covid-19 have culminated in Victoria Premier Dan Andrews trying to secure permanent emergency power.
In response, thousands of citizens have taken to the streets to protest both this blatant power grab, as well as the increasingly insane Covid restrictions which exist in the country.
I want to take this time to point out that the situation in Australia would not have deteriorated so rapidly, if it were not for the Australian people willingly giving the state their firearms.
Never give the state your guns.
Here’s the latest from the Melbourne protests:
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 13, 2021
Today’s Melbourne protest against the pandemic bill. pic.twitter.com/EofF5GQ7gG
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) November 13, 2021
You won’t see this in the news.
50,000+ Australians protest in Melbourne for an end to COVID mandates and a return to normal. pic.twitter.com/d87FB123Yp
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) November 14, 2021
Sky News gave us a glimpse into the protests:
There are thousands of protesters rallying in Melbourne again today, angry over mandatory vaccination and the state government’s proposed pandemic laws.
This marks the third Saturday in a row demonstrators have taken to the streets of Melbourne to voice their opposition to the laws and vaccinations.
The crowds are building in Melbourne’s CBD as it is thought there are 5,000 people in attendance.
A 17 year old speaking out against the Pandemic Bill at the Melbourne protest today – no doubt a future leader!! #KillTheBill #COVID19 #SackDanAndrews #Melbourne #PandemicBill #Melbourneprotest #VoteThemOut @_davidlimbrick pic.twitter.com/blA2AGz1CQ
— Jim Mellas (@jimmellas) November 13, 2021
— The Juggernaut (@TheJuggernaut88) November 13, 2021
Reuters offered us some perspective from the protests:
A reporter at The Age posted video on Twitter of a protester carrying a mock gallows with three nooses hanging from it, and the newspaper showed a protester carrying a poster depicting Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews with a Hitler moustache and the hashtag #DictatorDan.
“We’re being governed by insane medical bureaucrats,” Craig Kelly, former Liberal Party member of parliament and now the leader of United Australia Party, told the rally, media reported.